Spider-Girl always had a terrific list of artists who understood concepts like anatomy, scale and graphic storycrafting. This issue is no different. Pat Oliffe, Ron Frenz and Al Williams make Spider-Girl a visually literate, aesthetically appealing comic book, and with the removal of Udon, the more natural colors merely add to the effect. Now that the misery of Udon and Livesay is a thing of the past, I just may return Spider-Girl to my subscription list. We'll see if this change is long-lasting. Read Full Review
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